- Out of School Hours Care
Communities@Work is Canberra's largest not-for-profit community organisation, working with our community to build a resilient, sustainable, and socially inclusive community.
With over 40 years' experience in the ACT and Capital Region, we provide a wide range of high-quality early education and care services and community services that supports positive educational outcomes, assists in alleviating hardship, enhances quality of life and leads to positive social change.
About the Team.
Communities@Work is Canberra's largest Early Education and Care provider, operating numerous Out of School Hours Care (OSHC) services across Canberra.
These services provide before and after school care, and school holiday programs.
Our services focus on children.
We place each child at the centre of our practice and deliver high-quality programs to foster children's emotional well-being, social skills, communication and confidence.
About the Role.
We are currently looking for Casual Educators to work in our Out of School Hours Care services with children Preschool - Year 6
There are multiple Out of School Hours Care services being operated around the ACT, located in schools across North and South Canberra. Our services operate between 7am and 9am in the mornings, and between 2pm and 6pm in the afternoons, 5 days per week.
A role in Out of School Hours Care will also provide you with the opportunity of working within our School Holiday Programs, where you are able to engage in exciting activities and work longer hours.
- Prioritise the health and safety of the children in care
- Work with the Program Coordinator to develop programs and engage in activities with the children
- Prepare afternoon tea and support the needs of children
- Build relationships with children and families
- Involve play-based learning in an exciting environment, and implement key policies
Skills and Experience
- Must hold, or have applied for a "Working With Vulnerable People" registration
- Ability to travel to a range of our centre locations
- At least 3 days a week availability for shifts
- A First Aid certificate will be highly regarded
- Experience working with children may make you more competitive in the job market once you graduate from a Teaching, Psychology or Health degree
- An opportunity to 'Do Good' by working for a social enterprise that delivers quality community services
- Inclusive and culturally diverse workplace
- Professional development opportunities with our RTO
- Be part of a team that values excellence, continuous improvement and innovation
How to Apply
Follow the link to apply or contact the People, Culture and Wellness team on 6293 6545 for a confidential discussion.
Communities@Work encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, young people, mature-aged workers, people with disabilities and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply for its roles.
Closing date for applications: 29/4/2022